Did you know the average worker is productive for approximately three hours a day?

With this in mind, now’s the time to implement a handful of workplace productivity tools with the idea of helping your employees and company reach peak performance.

But, this leads to an important question: which tools deserve your time and money?

While there are hundreds (maybe even thousands) of workplace productivity tools to consider, these five should be at the top of your list in 2019:

1. Dasheroo

A FreshLime product, Dasheroo is a leading business dashboard solution.

With hundreds of integrations, it’s easy to setup a dashboard to track all the most important business performance metrics.

If you want to save time on collecting and analyzing data, Dasheroo is a good place to start.

2. Kloudio

Are you the type of person who never seems to fully grasp the data at your fingertips? If so, Kloudio is built for you (and your team).

The company’s tagline says it all:

Connect any spreadsheet to any data source and let your business employees do all of their work where they are most effective.

With the ability to automate everything, your productivity will be on the rise in no time at all. And with integrations such as Excel, Google Sheets, and Salesforce, you can automate just about any workflow imaginable – all without ever leaving your spreadsheet.

3. Google Drive

Many teams bog down because they don’t have a system in place for sharing information. They still rely on email, face to face meetings, and even printed material to get on the same page.

Google Drive can change all this. It allows you to safely and security share a variety of information – such as documents and images – in the cloud.

All you need is a Google account to get started (which you probably already have).

4. Hootsuite

Social media can do big things for your business. Social media can also turn into a major time drain if you’re not careful.

Hootsuite is a social media marketing and management tool that allows you to schedule updates across every platform imaginable (such as Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn).

Hootsuite can help you harness the true power of social media, all without wasting any time or excess effort.

5. Evernote

Evernote describes itself as follows:

Evernote helps you capture and prioritize ideas, projects, and to-do lists, so nothing falls through the cracks.

A key to productivity is focusing on what matters most – and that’s exactly what Evernote allows you to do.

From personally managing content to sharing information with your team, Evernote can help boost productivity.

For more insights on marketing strategy that actually works for small business, subscribe to the FreshLime Newsletter here. Connect with Jay Bean, Founder of FreshLime and Small Business Marketing Expert on LinkedIn and Twitter. And last of all, if any of these tips have helped you or if you have anything to add please comment below. We’d love to hear from you!


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